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Ingredient: Vitamin A ( 7500 Betacarotene, 1500 Retinyl Palmitate/180%)Uses: Lipid Antioxidant/Anti-ageing, Immune system health, Digestive issues (crohns, coeliac, ulcerative colitis), Adrenal health, steroid synthesis, Eye health, Membrane health (digestive and respiratory systems), lung health, bone health, skin health
Why we put it in this formula: Vitamin A is really important for our adrenal health, digestive health, immune system, and antioxidant systems. With so many of our clients overworked and not dealing with their stress load, supporting our adrenals and immune system is incredibly important to our goal of supporting and optimising our body. On top of the specific reasons above, of course as an essential nutrient we are supplementing to ensure our body has what it needs.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: The main thing to look out for with Vitamin A is when too much is provided by Retinyl palmitate, but some people have trouble converting betacarotene to vitamin A too. So you want a good balance that can cover for everyone.
Best Dietary Sources: VitA: Fish liver oils, carrots, apricots, liver, egg yolk Betacarotene: Carrots, yellow and greenish vegetables, sweet potato

Ingredient: Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid – 100mg/167%) Uses: Antioxidant, collagen synthesis/wound healing/connective tissue, liver detox, immune health, adrenal and stress support,
Why we put it in this formula: Again looking after our immune system, our adrenals and our antioxidant status. Stress and exercise reduce supplies quickly, so it is likely unless we are consuming daily we can be deficient.
On top of the specific reasons above, of course as an essential nutrient we are supplementing to ensure our body has what it needs.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Vit C is very cheap and most people use the same Ascorbic Acid.
Best Dietary Sources: Citrus Fruit, broccoli, strawberries, guava, pineapple, raw cabbage and potatoes

Ingredient: Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol – 1000IU/250%) Uses:
Why we put it in this formula: Because vitamin D is so important and recent studies showing deficiency even in sunny locations (estimated 50% of population is deficient). SPF 15 reduces Vitamin D Synthesis by 98% and since most people add sunscreen all times they go into the sun this can be problematic. With the 5000IU we have put in the Omega Fox supplement this gives us the best chance to ensure your vitamin D levels are adequate.
There is not many nutrients we are allowed to mention are important in the protection from cancer, however Vitamin D is proving to be so important in helping to prevent cervical, colorectal, gastric, lung, skin, breast and renal cancers to name a few.
On top of this it is so important for immune health, cardiovascular health, bone health, blood sugar health, fat burning, neural health, respiratory and skin health and of course mental health.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: The most annoying thing with most vitamin D in supplements is that most products either have it as a standalone product (you have to buy it by itself) or in very very low levels. As a fat soluble vitamin it makes sense for us to put high levels in our fish oil supplement so you don’t have to purchase yet another supplement. We have also put in 1000IU into girl power which is 10 time what you will see on average in a multi.
Best Dietary Sources: The Sun (when not wearing sunscreen), Egg yolk, Fish liver oils, milk

Ingredient: Vitamin E (D-alpha tocopheryl succinate and as Natural mixed tocopherols – 59.5IU/198%) Uses:
Why we put it in this formula: Powerful intracellular antioxidant and reduces oxidative stress, great for insulin sensitivity, Immune health, cardiovascular health and helps reduce inflammation
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: You really want to see both D-alpha and mixed tocopherols as the source. Vitamin E deficiency is less seen than the water soluble vitamins and also the other fat soluble vitamins so smaller amounts ok when you look at supplements.
Best Dietary Sources: Almonds, beef, corn, Egg yolk, Nuts

Ingredient: Vitamin K (phytonadione – 10mcg/13%) Uses: Blood clotting, digestive health (think coeliac, crohns, ulcerative colitis etc), joint/bone health, cardiovascular health
Why we put it in this formula: Really just a small amount to help bone health and to tick off that Vitamin K was covered.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Most supplement sources are fine in small amounts
Best Dietary Sources: Bacterial synthesis in health guts, broccoli, cabbage, eggs, kale, lettuce

Ingredient: Vitamin B-1 (Thiamine HCI -50mg/3333%) Uses: Energy production, nerve health, digestion, fatty acid metabolism.
Why we put it in this formula: Low Energy is something we want Girl power to help prevent, so ensuring that we cover every main nutrient where a deficiency could reduce is imperative to us. It helps to prevent chronic fatigue, agitation, muscle weakness, nervous exhaustion.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Most sources are the same, however a lot of supplements are very low levels. With how important this vitamin is to energy and how easily it is lost in food and excreted daily, we feel it is important to provide.
The supplementary range is 5-150mg
Best Dietary Sources: legumes, liver, nuts, yeast, whole grains

Ingredient: Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin – 50mg/2941%) Uses:
Why we put it in this formula: Important for krebs cycle function and therefore energy and metabolism. Nerve cell health, red cell synthesis and mucosal lining health. It is used in formulas for stress, skin health, migraines and low energy.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Most are the same.
This is the vitamin that makes your pee go yellow when in excess. We were going to make it super small amount because of this as many people hate seeing the bright yellow pee. But because of the fact many people are deficient in B2 we have kept it in as it is very easy to excrete in excess and a very cheap compared to other very expensive vitamins like B6, B12, 5-MTHF.
Best Dietary Sources: Avocado, beans, eggs, milk, wholegrains, broccoli

Ingredient: Vitamin B-3 (Niacinamide/Nicotinamide – 100mg/500%) Uses: Chronic fatigue, atherosclerosis, diabetes, high cholesterol, Anxiety, low moods, reducing inflammation, memory loss.
Why we put it in this formula: One of our most important vitamins for energy production and hormone and lipid synthesis so good levels were one of the most important parts of this formulation.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Most are the same, just look out for very low quantities. This is a little more expensive so many companies will cut this to super low levels. The Supplementary range here is 100-3000mg per day for some conditions.
Best Dietary Sources: Almonds, chicken, eggs, legumes, salmon, yeast, sardines, peanuts

Ingredient: B-6 (Pyridoxal 5 – phosphate) *this is activated B6 – (25mg/1250%) Uses: Involved in over 100 enzyme reactions and vital for nervous system health. It is also involved in carb, fat and protein metabolism, neurotransmitter production and healthy oxygenation of tissues.
Why we put it in this formula: There are almost too many reasons to spell out, but if we cover your nervous system including neurotransmitter production (think serotonin, dopamine, adrenaline, gaba, histamine) its pretty essential to never be deficient in B6. It forms the critical triad of B6, Mg and Zinc that work together in so many reactions.
Therapeutically it is used for fatigue, anxiety/depression, digestive issues, memory issues, athletic performance, acne, weight loss just to name the tip of the iceberg.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: 99% of formulations will just be pyridoxal phosphate. You really need the 5 in there as this is the active form. So many people struggle to convert this vitamin to the active form.
The reason is active vitamin B6 is very expensive, and since most people don’t know what they are missing it is easy for most companies just to put the standard source here.
SR is 10-150mg a day
While all your vitamins are essential, this is seriously one of the most important vitamins you would never want to be deficient in
Best Dietary Sources: Brewers yeast, chicken, whole grains, egg yolk, salmon, tuna, walnuts

Ingredient: Folic Acid (100mcg/25%) Uses: DNA repair, methylation, hormone synthesis ( serotonin, adrenalin), cell replication, blood cell development
Why we put it in this formula: Folic acid and its active form 5-MTHF help two of our main goals in Girl power. They are essential for healthy methylation and they also can help improve fatigue and treat stress. Folic Acid also helps reduce homocysteine levels to improve your heart health.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: You really need to see 5-MTHF (active folic acid) in a supplement if it claims to be high quality. We are providing both.
Best Dietary Sources: Beans, green leafy veges, eggs, lentils, yeast

Ingredient: 5-MTHF (50mcg ) *Active folic acid) Uses: The same as folic acid except 5-MTHF is far more easily utilised by the body. 5-MTHF supports healthy methylation, homocysteine metabolism, DNA replication and foetal development.
Why we put it in this formula: Because one of the main goals of our 5 in one GIRL POWER formulation is to support healthy methylation. You simply cannot optimally support this without having 5-MTHF in the formulation.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Formulations that just use folate or folic acid.
Best Dietary Sources: folic acid sources are beans, green leafy veges, eggs, lentils

IngredientIngredient: Vitamin B-12 (methylcobalmin -280mcg/4667%) Uses: Important for healthy methylation, DNA development and formation of red blood cells. In the nervous system it helps myelination of nerve and brain fibres and for digestion it helps the gut mucosa.
Why we put it in this formula: Mainly for assisting healthy methylation and improving cell replication.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: You will see 95% of all supplements use cyanocobalmin. Higher quality supplements will use either methylcobalmin (especially if working on helping methylation) or hydroxocobalmin
Best Dietary Sources: bacterial synthesis in the gut, brain, clams, egg yolk, herring, kidney, salmon, sardines

Ingredient: Biotin 500mcg/167%) Uses: Improves the quality of skin, nails and hair and is useful in the treatment of many skin conditions. It helps fatty acid synthesis as well as fat, protein and sugar metabolism. Liver function
Why we put it in this formula: GIRL POWER is a 5 in one formulation that is a antioxidant and anti-aging formulation that works as a mild liver tonic. Good levels of Biotin are essential for making sure we optimise skin, hair, nails and liver function.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Most options are similar. This is a vitamin many multi’s will leave out or provide in low doses.
Best Dietary Sources: Bacterial synthesis in the gut, bean sprouts, egg yolk, kidney, liver, milk, peanuts

Ingredient: B-5 (Pantothenic Acid as d-calcium pantothenate – 50mg/500%) Uses: production of cortisone and adrenal health, steroid hormone production, lactic acid reduction, immune health, fatty acid metabolism
Why we put it in this formula: Like we keep saying with how overworked and how much stress people are under these days not only is our diet lower in essential nutrients but we are using more than ever. Think of B5 as your stress B vitamin and you we need to make sure we are never deficient in this because if our adrenals get fatigued our total health suffers terribly.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: most are the same here, but again you will see the majority of supplements with very low levels to save $
Best Dietary Sources: Avocado, egg yolk, green veges, liver, lobsters, milk, sweet potato, wholegrain cereals

Ingredient: Magnesium (magnesium amino acid chelate- 40mg/10%) Uses: Involved in over 300 energy reactions. Calcium homeostasis, DNA repair and replication, muscle contraction, nerve transmission.
Why we put it in this formula: Because magnesium cannot be stored in the body for long period and because stress, anxiety, overwork and exercise depletes magnesium, supplementation can be hugely beneficial. For anyone training or under stress, this mineral will help your muscles relax and your nervous system to function optimally.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Magnesium carbonate and sulphate are two poor sources you will find in low quality supplements. If a supplement only contains once source of magnesium (so they cannot work synergistically) then it really should be an amino acid chelate like ours.
Best Dietary Sources: Almonds, brewers yeast, cashews, cocoa, mineral water, seeds, eggs, whole grains

Ingredient: Zinc (Zinc amino acid chelate – 10mg/67%) Uses: DNA and RDA synthesis, involved in over 80 different enzyme systems, immune health, hunger, sexual development, skin and wound healing, growth hormone and insulin maintenance, healthy respiration
Why we put it in this formula: We wanted to make 100% sure our multi had good levels and the most absorbable versions of the critical triad (mg, b6 and zinc). Zinc is incredibly important for our immune system, DNA replication, skin health and a healthy reproductive system.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Zinc sulphate and Zinc oxide are cheaper versions that are not absorbed well in most people.
Best Dietary Sources: Beef, Egg Yolks, ginger, herrings, liver, milk, lamb, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, whole grains, yeast

Ingredient: Selenium (L-selenomethionine – 30mcg/43%) Uses: Glutathione metabolism (body’s number one free radical scavenger), Antioxidant, cell membrane maintenance, spares vitamin E ( and helps protect against oxidation from omega 6 fats and preserves our cells), immune function and inflammation. Anit-cancer
Why we put it in this formula: Such an important trace mineral for our antioxidant systems and protection against oxidation and inflammation.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Sodium selenite. Basically if your supplement just says selenium without specifically saying l-selenomethionine then you should be looking elsewhere.
Best Dietary Sources: Brazil nuts, alfalfa, cashews, crab, eggs, fish, garlic, peanuts, tuna, broccoli, onions.

Ingredient: Chromium (as chromax chromium picolinate – 100mcg/83% Uses: Glucose tolerance factor production, insulin function and the conversion of glucose for energy. Regulation of blood sugar and cholesterol
Why we put it in this formula: Think of chromium as your blood sugar, cholesterol and cravings mineral. Diets higher in refined sugars really effect chromium levels and will cause depletion.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Chromium chloride or Chromium nicotinate are poorly absorbed cheaper versions. You really want to see chromium picolinate or Chromium Amino Acid chelate.
Best Dietary Sources: Asparagus, apples, beer, Egg yolk, mushrooms, peanuts, pepper, prunes

Ingredient: Iodine (from Kelp – 150mcg/100%) Uses: Thyroid hormone synthesis, Cell division, physical and mental development
Why we put it in this formula: Iodine is essential for the optimal function of your thyroid and your thyroid is essential for the optimal function of every cell in your body. Iodine deficiency is something you want to avoid. With more people avoiding iodised salt and reducing salt in general deficiencies are becoming more common.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: We prefer iodine from kelp as a safer option than potassium iodide.
Best Dietary Sources: Kelp, Cod, dairy, iodised salt, mushrooms, sunflower seeds, oysters

Ingredient: Manganese (manganese amino acid chelate – 1mg/50%) Uses: The thyroid gland needs manganese and iodine to produce thyroxine. Manganese is required for nerve and muscle coordination and it assists in the digestion, absorption and utilisation of protein, carbs and fats.
Why we put it in this formula: Predominately for its help with thyroid hormone synthesis and secondly for its role in the nervous and digestive systems
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Manganese sulphate, oxide and and chloride are very poorly absorbed options. You really want an amino acid chelate.
Best Dietary Sources: Almonds, beans, coconuts, corn, kelp, liver, olives, pineapple, broccoli, walnuts, whole grains.

Ingredient: Grape Seed Powder (Vitis Vinifera – 150mg) Uses: Antioxidant, cardiovascular health, anti-inflammatory and aromatase inhibiting, anti-ageing and possibly cancer preventative.
Why we put it in this formula: One of the best antioxidants and anti-ageing ingredients you will find and works in synergy with resveratrol

Ingredient: Resveratrol (fallopian japonica – 150mg) Uses: Antioxidant, cardiovascular health, anti-inflammatory and aromatase inhibiting, anti-ageing and possibly cancer preventative.
Why we put it in this formula: One of the best antioxidants and anti-ageing ingredients you will find and works in synergy with Vitis Vinifera

Ingredient: Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum – 100mg) Uses: Glutathione production, liver detoxification and tonic, Antioxidant and Anti-ageing
Why we put it in this formula: Part of GIRL POWERS antioxidant and liver tonic ingredients. Milk thistle is the number one ingredient for your liver, however the 100mg is only at a mild tonic level. Much more needed if you were specifically after liver detoxification assistance.

Ingredient: Blueberry Powder (vaccinium myrtilloids – 100mg) Uses: Improves Eyesight and reduces inflammation, antioxidant, blood glucose reduction
Why we put it in this formula: Purely for its powerful antioxidant capabilities and to help reduce inflammation in the body.

Ingredient: L-Methionine (75mg) Uses: Antioxidant, methylation, precursor to cysteine, taurine and cysteine, collagen production, liver detox
Why we put it in this formula: for its ability as an antioxidant and liver tonic
Best Dietary Sources: Beans, beef, garlic, liver, onions, sardines

Ingredient: Green Tea Powder (camellia sinesis -50mg) Uses: Antioxidant, anti-inflammation, anti-ageing
Why we put it in this formula: As an addition to the comprehensive antioxidant mix.
Best Dietary Sources: Green Tea

Ingredient: Tomato Fruit Powder (lycopersicon Esculentum – 50mg) Uses: Antioxidant, cardio protective
Why we put it in this formula: As an addition to the comprehensive antioxidant mix in Girl power.
Best Dietary Sources: Tomato

Ingredient: N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (50mg) Uses: Helps replenish glutathione our number 1 antioxidant. Synthesis of lipioc acid, detoxification
Why we put it in this formula: For its antioxidant and liver tonic/detoxification properties
Best Dietary Sources: Beef, chicken, cottage cheese, eggs, fish

Ingredient: L-Taurine (30mg) Uses: Detoxification, bile synthesis, growth hormone synthesis, Antioxidant, immune health
Why we put it in this formula: For its antioxidant and liver tonic/detoxification properties

Ingredient: R-Alpha lipoid Acid (20mg) Uses: Recycles antioxidants, ATP synthesis and energy production, Anti-ageing
Why we put it in this formula: For its antioxidant, anti-ageing and liver tonic/detoxification properties
Best Dietary Sources: Potatoes

Ingredient: CoQ10 ( Ubidecarone – 10mg) Uses: Lipid antioxidant, heart health, immune health, improves cell respiration.
Why we put it in this formula: For its antioxidant and cardiovascular system benefits

Ingredient: Iron (Ferrous Bisglycinate chelate -2mg/11%) Uses: Bone homeostasis, Haemoglobin synthesis, skin and nail formation, immune resistance
Why we put it in this formula: We have added a small amount for assistance to your daily diet. If you have low iron levels then you will need to chose a specific supplement for your needs as this will not be enough to replenish your levels. This is purely as low supplementation on this mineral
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: iron supplements are actually quite well absorbed normally, the issue is how harsh they are on the body and how the iron is utilised. Ferrous gluconate is used in things like floradix and is more gentle than ferrous sulphate which is well known for having many side effects. We have chosen ferrous bisglycinate chelate because it is the most well tolerated and still absorbed and utilised well.
Best Dietary Sources: Apricots, clams liver, oysters, seeds, chicken, red wine

Ingredient: Calcium Citrate (20mg/2%) Uses: Bone formation, muscle contraction. Essential for normal functioning of nerves, muscles, cells and bones.
Why we put it in this formula: The RDA for calcium is around 2000mg per day. So our 20mg isn’t going to help this much. If you have calcium deficiency then a specific calcium supplement is essential. The good news about calcium is that if you are eating a balanced diet you should be getting enough from your diet as unlike many of the trace minerals calcium is readily available in our food even with the issues in today’s farming. Another positive is that it takes a long time for a calcium deficiency in your diet to cause any issues as your body takes whatever is missing from your bones. So for women especially over 35 it’s always good to have this checked just in case you have not been consuming or absorbing enough calcium in your daily diet.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Avoid any supplement with calcium carbonate in it. Not only is it poorly absorbed, but it will reduce the absorption of other nutrients in the formulation.
Best Dietary Sources: Dairy, nuts, seeds, broccoli, green leafy veges

Ingredient: Copper (Copper Gluconate - .25mg/13%) A key component of Super oxide dismutase which is a powerful free radical scavenger and antioxidant. It is also important for white blood cells and thus the immune system as well as playing a role in red blood cell support, bone and testosterone.
Why we put it in this formula: The reason why we have only included a small amount of copper is the formula is that stress leaches zinc and selenium from our body but not copper. It is common for key ratio’s of copper/zinc and copper/selenium to be out. We want to provide some copper if you are deficient but in no way want to risk elevating imbalanced copper levels. Copper deficiency is very rare.
Best Dietary Sources: Organ meats, nuts, seeds, whole grains

Ingredient: Molybdenum (Molybdenum Amino Acid chelate -6mcg/8%) Uses: A Cofactor in enzymes that are part of amino acid metabolism, antioxidant health and overall wellbeing.
Why we put it in this formula: We only have put a small amount so that if someone is deficient it may be able to top them up but will not be enough to elevate levels above what is needed.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Molybdenum Aspartate, Potassium Molybdate, Sodium Molybdate
Best Dietary Sources: Basil, parsley, green beens, organ meats2

Ingredient: Potassium Aspartate – 12mg/1%) Uses: Its number one use is in maintaining our blood pressure along with Sodium. Potassium is also incredibly essential for nerve conduction and muscle health.
Why we put it in this formula: Potassium is normally found very easily in a balanced diet and food is the best way to increase potassium stores. Our 12mg is not going to help a deficiency so for anyone with a potassium deficiency they will need to increase their potassium containing foods or take a specific supplement. Deficiency is rare but normally with elderly or with medication side effects.
Best Dietary Sources: Banana, spinach, potato, lentils, legumes, broccoli, zucchini, milk, dried fruits, pork, beef, chicken. But you really do get some potassium in most foods

Ingredient: Silica (silicon dioxide -6.9mg/no rda) Uses: Strong skin, nails, hair and connective tissue
Why we put it in this formula: Just for its ability to improve the strength of connective tissue and improve skin, nails and hair
Best Dietary Sources: Banana, whole grains, carrots, green beans

Ingredient: Lithium (as lithium orotate complex -5mg) Uses: Mood Stabiliser
Why we put it in this formula: As a synergist with our high dose B Vitamin supplementation for mood and energy.
Best Dietary Sources: Crustaceans, fish, legumes, kelp.

Ingredient: Boron (as amino acid chelate -1.5mg) Uses: Bone density, joint health, healthy brain function.
Why we put it in this formula: Purely to help in the event of deficiency
Best Dietary Sources: Milk, apples, beans, potatoes, legumes, coffee

Ingredient: Vanadium (as vanadium krebs – 10mcg) Uses: Blood sugar metabolism and bone health.
Why we put it in this formula: Purely to help in the event of deficiency and to synergise with the rest of the formulation.
Best Dietary Sources: Dill seeds, pepper, whole grains, meat, dairy

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Omega Fox
Ingredient: Cold Water Norwegian Fish Oil (400 EPA/200 DHA) Uses: Reduces inflammation, improves insulin sensitivity, increases HDL cholesterol, improves cell function, increases ability to burn fat, improves heart health, reduces pain
Why we put it in this formula: For our girls who are active, wanting to look their best and wanting to maximise results from training a high quality fish oil is one of the essentials they should be taking
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Watch out for poor sources of the fish oil (if they don’t clearly say where, then avoid), watch out for distillation using heat, and look for most fish oil supplements that have low levels of EPA and DHA.
Best Dietary Sources: Salmon, flax

Ingredient: Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol – 5000IU/1250%) Uses: Blood sugar regulation, bone health, immune function, nerve health, fat burning potential, cancer prevention ( colorectal, breast, brain, lung, pancreatic, prostate), respiratory system health, blood pressure, chronic pain, mood.
Why we put it in this formula: Because as a fat soluble vitamin being synergised with a fish oil formulation makes sense. With most people in sunny climates using sunscreen round the clock we know they are converting very little vitamin D from their skin and for people in locations of low sunlight they will need more sunlight. Stats say at least 50% of the population are deficient and majority of people are suboptimal
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: The most annoying thing with most vitamin D in supplements is that most products either have it as a standalone product (you have to buy it by itself) or in very, very low levels.. As a fat soluble vitamin it makes sense for us to put high levels in our fish oil supplement so you don’t have to purchase yet another supplement.
Best Dietary Sources: The Sun (when not wearing sunscreen), Egg yolk, Fish liver oils, milk

Ingredient: EPO (Evening Primrose Oil – 200mg) - (Gamma-linolenic Acid – 20mg) Reduces inflammation and balances female hormones. Great for PMS
Why we put it in this formula: As a synergist with the omega 3 and Vitamin D to hit inflammation from 3 different sides. And as a female specific fish oil this also helps gentle support your cycle.
Best Dietary Sources: Just Evening Primrose oil

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Recovery Squad
Ingredient: Magnesium (as magnesium amino acid chelate, citrate, oxide – 152mg/38% Uses: Involved in over 300 energy reactions. Calcium homeostasis, DNA repair and replication, muscle contraction, nerve transmission.
Why we put it in this formula: Because magnesium cannot be stored in the body for long period and because stress, anxiety, overwork and exercise depletes magnesium, supplementation can be hugely beneficial. For anyone training or under stress, this mineral will help your muscles relax and your nervous system to function optimally.
When you add the 40mg of chelate from girl power its 50% of your daily magnesium RDA. If you add 2 RC its around 90%
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Magnesium carbonate and sulphate are two poor sources you will find in low quality supplements. If a supplement only contains once source of magnesium (so they cannot work synergistically) then it really should be an amino acid chelate like ours.
Best Dietary Sources: Almonds, brewers yeast, cashews, cocoa, mineral water, seeds, eggs, whole grains

Ingredient: B-6 (Pyridoxal 5 – phosphate) *this is activated B6 – (20mg/1000%) Uses: Involved in over 100 enzyme reactions and vital for nervous system health. It is also involved in carb, fat and protein metabolism, neurotransmitter production and healthy oxygenation of tissues.
Why we put it in this formula: There are almost too many reasons to spell out, but if we cover your nervous system including neurotransmitter production (think serotonin, dopamine, adrenaline, gaba, histamine) its pretty essential to never be deficient in B6. It forms the critical triad of B6, Mg and Zinc that work together in so many reactions.
Therapeutically it is used for fatigue, anxiety/depression, digestive issues, memory issues, athletic performance, acne, weight loss just to name the tip of the iceberg.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: 99% of formulations will just be pyridoxal phosphate. You really need the 5 in there as this is the active form. So many people struggle to convert this vitamin to the active form.
The reason is active vitamin B6 is very expensive, and since most people don’t know what they are missing it is easy for most companies just to put the standard source here.
SR is 10-150mg a day
While all your vitamins are essential, this is seriously one of the most important vitamins you would never want to be deficient in
Best Dietary Sources: Brewers yeast, chicken, whole grains, egg yolk, salmon, tuna, walnuts

Ingredient: Zinc Orotate (25mg/167%) Uses: DNA and RDA synthesis, involved in over 80 different enzyme systems, immune health, hunger, sexual development, skin and wound healing, growth hormone and insulin maintenance, healthy respiration
Why we put it in this formula: Zinc is incredibly important for our immune system, DNA replication, skin health and a healthy reproductive system.
We chose orotate as we used amino acid chelate in girl power. Both highly absorbable, but this gives benefits of both with potential cardiovascular benefits from orotate.
Lower quality, cheap versions to look out for: Zinc sulphate and Zinc oxide are cheaper versions that are not absorbed well in most people.
Best Dietary Sources: Beef, Egg Yolks, ginger, herrings, liver, milk, lamb, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, whole grains, yeast

Ingredient: Turmeric (curuma longa – 200mg) Uses: Antioxidant, Anti-inflammatory, insulin sensitivity
Why we put it in this formula: With its anti-inflammatory effects not only is it magic for muscle and joint recovery and health, but turmeric is wonderful for gut health and inflammation too. When you add that it can also improve insulin sensitivity this is such an essential nutrient in a recovery formula
Best Dietary Sources: Turmeric root. (keep some in the deep freeze and grate in stir fry’s, soups, even tea. You really can’t have too much)

Ingredient: Boswellia (Boswellia Serrata – 200mg) Uses: Anti-inflammatory, immune tonic, Antiviral
Why we put it in this formula: As a synergist to the anti-inflammatory effects of this formula. Proven to reduce joint pain and inflammation. Similar to turmeric its anti-inflammatory effects translate to digestive inflammation too and is a wonderful benefit. When you add in the turmeric, glutamine, zinc, boswelia, skullcap, glucosamine, bromelain from Recovery squad and combine with Girl Power and Omega Fox you have a powerful Gut health tonic.
Best Dietary Sources: Just from the plant

Ingredient: Devils Claw ( Harpagophytum Procumbens – 150mg) Uses: Anti-inflammatory
Why we put it in this formula: Has a proven history of reducing pain from arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis. A perfect synergist for this formula
Best Dietary Sources: Just from the plant

Ingredient: Glutamine (100mg) Uses: Improves Gut health and optimal function, Essential neurotransmitter, promotes muscle growth and reduces wastage,
Why we put it in this formula: Great for gut health, muscle repair, athletic performance and useful for fatigue. We have only put a small amount in to work as a synergist in this formulation. Anyone with really poor gut health should consider a specific gut repair formulation.
Best Dietary Sources: Meat, cottage cheese, fish, asparagus

Ingredient: Skullcap (scutellaria baicalensis – 100mg) Uses: Anti-inflammatory, Anti-Arthritis, Antioxidant, Antihistamine
Why we put it in this formula: For its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and Anti-arthritis effects skullcap is a wonderful synergist in our ultimate recovery formulation.
Best Dietary Sources: Just the plant

Ingredient: Glucosamine Sulfate 2KCL (100mg) Uses: Anti-inflammatory, Anti-Arthritis
Why we put it in this formula: Glucosamine is actually a compound fond in our joints and acts as a natural shock absorber and lubricant. It is proven to help reduce not only joint pain but just like glutamine, boswelia and turmeric has powerful ability to improve gut health. When you add in the turmeric, glutamine, zinc, boswelia, skullcap, glucosamine, bromelain from Recovery squad and combine with Girl Power and Omega Fox you have a powerful Gut health tonic. If you are suffering from painful joints currently, then there is not enough glucosamine in this formulation to be a treatment and you should look at a specific glucosamine and chondroitin supp with close to 1500mg of glucosamine per serve. Our formulation is a preventative and recovery synergist. It will ensure levels don’t drop as quickly.
Best Dietary Sources: bone broth

Ingredient: Bromelain 80GDU (Ananas Comosus – 75mg) Uses: Anti-inflammatory, Digestive Aid, Anti-Allergic, Analgesic
Why we put it in this formula: Not only does bromelain help reduce inflammation in our joints and muscles, it helps improve recovery from surgery too. An excellent addition to our recovery formulation.
Best Dietary Sources: Pineapple centres. Eating the hard pineapple cores really is so good for you. Add some pineapple to your meals to improve digestion,

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